Libyan MPs have confirmed the appointment of anti-Islamist General Khalifa Haftar to the post of army chief.
UN-recognized government says it will only meet for talks on peace if it is recognised as the country's sole government.
Khalifa Haftar, one of the most divisive figures in post-revolutionary Libya, was appointed army commander for the country’s internationally recognized government on Monday in a move that could complicate U.N. talks to end the conflict. Four years after Muammar Gaddafi’s demise, Libya is mired in a conflict pitting the recognized government against a rival administration […]
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Italy will begin annual naval exercises this week near the coast of Libya, where a breakdown in order has allowed tens of thousands of migrants to try to
The United Nations Support Mission in Libya delegation met with the Libyan Dawn militia and agreed on need to end the bloodshed in Libya and engage in dialogue.
Submitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, In retrospect, Obama’s intervention in Libya was an abject failure, judged even by its own standards. Libya has not only failed to evolve into a democracy; it has devolved into a failed state. Show More Summary
In tackling conservative criticisms that his stance on foreign policy isn't strong enough, potential 2016 presidential candidate Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., assured an adoring crowd at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Friday that national defense is indeed the top priority of the federal government.
Rand Paul, seeking his third straight CPAC straw-poll win, revved up the crowd with attacks on Hillary Rodham Clinton on military intervention in Libya and the Benghazi debacle.
Caledonian Airways’ Bristol Britannia taken in February 1969 at Sabha Airport – Photo: Ken Fielding Just after joining Caledonian Airways in February, 1969, I went to Tripoli, Libya, to help handle Caledonian’s Hajj contract, taking passengers to Saudi Arabia for the annual Hajj Pilgrimage, sub-contracted by KLA Kingdom of Libya Airlines. The contract was [...]Show More Summary
The Western reaction to the Libyan government’s request for anti-terror assistance is the polar opposite of how it responded to Damascus’ similar requests. While the West seems intent on sabotaging Syria, it appears to be going out of its way to accommodate Libya.
A report cites an unnamed Libyan military official as saying militias have captured a cache of Qaddafi-era chemical weapons, including mustard gas and the nerve agent Sarin.
There's been a certain amount of discussion in the media about the accent of the ISIS spokesman on the video showing the mass beheading of Egyptian christians on a beach in Libya, e.g. on ABC News here. But the video itself has been kept off of the internet, for obvious reasons, which limits the opportunity […]
Even to those of us who are not experts in foreign policy, it is obvious that the security situation is deteriorating across a huge swathe of the Near East and Africa, as attacks in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Egypt, Libya, Nigeria, Cameroon and elsewhere multiply. Show More Summary
Libya has become a litmus test for the potency of the international community and US leadership in the region.
Cross-border traffic between Libya and Tunisia has dwindled, affecting much-needed business.
According to United Nations, Libyan authorities need an international maritime force to help as they are unable to halt the illicit trade in oil or the flow of weapons in and out of the country,
I am sure that all of our readers are aware of the recent massacre in Libya of a group of Egyptian Copts, who were killed for their faith by Islamic terrorists. The Patriarch of Alexandria, His Holiness Pope Tawadros II, has officially...Show More Summary
Doug Bandow Will America ever again be at peace? Pressure is building for the U.S. again to intervene in Libya. Less than three years after Libya’s civil war the country has ceased to exist. This debacle offers a clear lesson for American policymakers. Show More Summary